October 29, 2013

October 29, 2013

Kasich heads to Utica Shale play to dedicate two processing plants

EQT nearly triples profits as Marcellus Shale investments pay off

Why Consol is diving into natural gas while others jump out

UAE not threatened by US shale boom

Coal state lawmakers seek to block EPA rules

Russia to construct first $10 bln facility in energy hungry Jordan

Consol to sell five coal mines to Murray

EPA gets ahead of itself, and technology, with coal rule

Hundreds to participate in DC coal rally

White House taking its time on FERC vacancy

Natural gas knocking other energy off perch

October 25, 2013

October 25, 2013

Marcellus Shale play production welcome news to supporters of Utica

Utica Summit 2014 supports impact of shale gas

Fla PSC approves third major nat gas pipeline

US crude prices drop for third day

Coal industry eyes comeback as efficient plants encourage use

Britain’s energy crisis goes from bad to worse

FERC nominee faces mixed opposition

Exelon settles with FERC over power market activity

Google-backed Atlantic Cable shifts focus to New Jersey

Russia floats plan for nuclear plants at sea

Could power plant CO2 rules fall on technicality


October 21, 2013

October 21, 2013

Gulfport Energy still believes in the Utica Shale

DEP catches up with Marcellus Shale industry

Scientists tap cow burps for natural gas

EPA coal rule could hurt Wisconsin

Five reasons why Coal India divestment will be difficult

Oil drops below $100

Rio deploys troops, navy ships ahead of hotly contested oil field auction

UK looks to new nuclear plant to secure energy

Canada wants asian partners in energy sector

FERC staff: US winter gas supplies adequate

Midwest Generation’s coal-fired power plants acquired




October 15, 2013

October 15, 2013

Ex Chesapeake CEO raises $1.7 bln to drill in Utica

Application filed for Marcellus pipeline expansion

Ameren finds a buyer for Illinois nat gas plants

Natural gas flow could reverse course

Without shale, oil prices would be a lot higher

EPA rules could hurry sunset for US coal

World coal consumption to surpass oil by 2020

Coal slump leaves Australia port half used

Germany sees sharp rise in energy subsidy costs

1973 Arab oil embargo shaped our policy

FERC sues Barclays over power market manipulation








October 8, 2013

October 8, 2013

Oil prices close lower, natural gas rallies

Artic oil discovery heralds more finds in Norway’s Barents

Court decision deals major setback to Kansas coal plant

A case for hauling Canada’s coal

Coal kills Obama nomination but critically wounds itself

Banks are still backing coal

Obama’s top energy adviser to leave White House

FERC authorizes Spectra to raise rates on NJ-NY gas pipe project

PJM clears $1.2 bln in transmission enhancements

The democratization of power and the electric utility of the future

A shift in PA’s energy market as two power plants move toward closure










October 4, 2013

October 4, 2013

A Utica Shale slowdown? The play has only just begun

MarkWest Energy affiliate buying railroad in Utica Shale region

Halliburton moving jobs to Zanesville from West Virginia

Utica Shale group to focus on keeping economic benefits in Ohio

Seven signs of a safety culture in Marcellus

US is overtaking Russia as largest oil and gas producer

Robert F Kennedy Jr calls natural gas a catastrophe

Two coal fired plants in SW PA to close next week

Coal to surpass gas in Southeast Asia power boom

Mexico’s bid for energy reform stirs passion on oil patrimony

An energy boom that could last